Department of Numbers

COVID-19 Case Statistics by State

The data below show COVID-19 case statistics as of Friday October 23 2020. Data is provided by the COVID Tracking Project. Click on a heading to sort or a state name for more testing data as well as historical data.

State Total
Cases
Total
Cases
per 1M
Daily
Positives
(7d Avg)
Daily
Positives
per 1M
(7d Avg)
Total
Deaths
Total
Deaths
per 1M
Daily
Deaths
(7d Avg)
Daily
Deaths
per 1M
(7d Avg)
US 8,449,231 25,464 63,077 190.1 215,761 650.2 792.0 2.39
Alabama 180,916 36,898 1,506 307.1 2,859 583.1 10.4 2.13
Alaska 13,161 17,991 226 309.5 68 93.0 0.3 0.39
Arizona 235,882 32,407 914 125.5 5,865 805.8 8.4 1.16
Arkansas 104,135 34,507 942 312.2 1,782 590.5 16.7 5.54
California 886,865 22,445 3,627 91.8 17,262 436.9 61.7 1.56
Colorado 90,222 15,667 1,186 206.0 2,070 359.4 5.9 1.02
Connecticut 66,052 18,526 460 129.1 4,577 1,283.8 5.0 1.4
Delaware 23,687 24,325 138 141.3 678 696.3 2.3 2.35
DC 16,609 23,534 51 71.7 642 909.7 0.1 0.2
Florida 771,780 35,934 3,335 155.3 16,544 770.3 73.4 3.42
Georgia 347,759 32,754 1,416 133.3 7,766 731.4 30.0 2.83
Hawaii 14,529 10,262 81 57.2 206 145.5 3.1 2.22
Idaho 56,600 31,671 856 478.8 553 309.4 5.1 2.88
Illinois 368,746 29,100 4,141 326.8 9,688 764.5 37.6 2.96
Indiana 157,713 23,427 2,031 301.7 4,092 607.8 29.3 4.35
Iowa 106,874 33,874 990 313.7 1,620 513.5 13.9 4.39
Kansas 76,230 26,166 768 263.6 975 334.7 16.6 5.69
Kentucky 93,748 20,984 1,177 263.5 1,396 312.5 13.7 3.07
Louisiana 182,603 39,280 697 149.9 5,820 1,251.9 13.3 2.86
Maine 6,095 4,534 33 24.4 146 108.6 0.1 0.11
Maryland 138,691 22,941 623 103.1 4,078 674.5 6.6 1.09
Massachusetts 148,285 21,338 848 122.1 9,830 1,414.5 18.3 2.63
Michigan 172,122 17,235 1,858 186.0 7,484 749.4 23.9 2.39
Minnesota 129,863 23,027 1,495 265.1 2,314 410.3 14.6 2.58
Mississippi 113,876 38,263 660 221.8 3,238 1,088.0 11.1 3.74
Missouri 164,534 26,808 1,709 278.5 2,688 438.0 32.7 5.33
Montana 26,503 24,797 701 656.0 282 263.9 6.7 6.28
Nebraska 61,285 31,682 837 432.5 587 303.4 7.4 3.84
Nevada 93,666 30,410 712 231.0 1,738 564.3 4.4 1.44
New Hampshire 9,994 7,350 69 50.4 470 345.7 0.7 0.53
New Jersey 225,430 25,380 1,089 122.7 16,273 1,832.1 10.1 1.14
New Mexico 39,377 18,779 631 301.1 953 454.5 4.4 2.11
New York 491,771 25,279 1,523 78.3 25,705 1,321.3 11.0 0.57
North Carolina 255,708 24,381 2,012 191.8 4,114 392.2 29.1 2.78
North Dakota 35,939 47,160 775 1,016.4 345 452.7 6.3 8.25
Ohio 192,948 16,507 2,137 182.8 5,184 443.5 18.6 1.59
Oklahoma 113,856 28,774 1,221 308.6 1,234 311.9 11.4 2.89
Oregon 41,348 9,803 345 81.7 649 153.9 4.6 1.08
Pennsylvania 190,579 14,887 1,642 128.2 8,625 673.7 24.0 1.87
Puerto Rico 60,984 19,095 653 204.5 791 247.7 4.7 1.48
Rhode Island 30,118 28,430 347 327.3 1,177 1,111.0 3.6 3.37
South Carolina 168,549 32,736 899 174.7 3,777 733.6 23.1 4.49
South Dakota 37,202 42,052 771 871.5 356 402.4 7.0 7.91
Tennessee 241,513 35,344 2,574 376.7 3,076 450.2 29.3 4.29
Texas 851,572 29,369 5,128 176.8 17,375 599.2 67.4 2.33
Utah 101,509 31,663 1,365 425.6 567 176.9 4.3 1.34
Vermont 2,016 3,231 14 23.1 58 93.0 0.0 0.0
Virginia 171,284 20,067 1,023 119.8 3,539 414.6 18.7 2.19
Washington 100,525 13,201 620 81.4 2,289 300.6 8.1 1.07
West Virginia 21,392 11,937 259 144.4 422 235.5 3.7 2.07
Wisconsin 200,466 34,430 3,606 619.3 1,774 304.7 26.6 4.56
Wyoming 10,545 18,220 269 464.1 68 117.5 1.6 2.72